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Updated Sunday, August 2nd
Looking Forward, we will be alternating online and in-person worship services on Sundays. Our calendar of events will be updated to reflect how service will be held each Sunday.
This approach is meant to be a cautious and responsible approach to hopefully and prayerfully easing back in to full-time in-person worship, as we continue to monitor the on-going developments related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Worship Service for Sunday, August 2nd, will be held online.
Our next in-person service will tentatively be held, Sunday August 9th. Please note that in-person services will be held outdoors at Detroit Achievement Academy for the time being.
In -person worship service is subject to being moved online dependent upon changes in health and safety conditions and/or inclement weather. We plan to make these decisions and announce any changes by the Saturday evening, prior to service and will update our website accordingly. To sign-up to receive text and email updates, text cornerchurch313 to 94090.
We are hosting a 5 day Bible Club sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship at Detroit Achievement Academy the week August 3rd, from 2-3PM each day. This is a great opportunity to invite family and friends who have kids ages 5-12 years old. Parents are encouraged stay during the program.
Connect with Katie Baker (734-639-3109 or email@example.com) for more information.
On Sunday, July 26th, we began a new series in the book of Habakkuk entitled Wrestling with God in Dark Times.
The first sermon in this series is called Why and How Long? and deals with Habakkuk 1:1-11.
Take a listen to the first installment in the series, "Why and How Long?," HERE.
As we begin to dive into the book of Habakkuk take a moment to watch this brief and kid friendly overview done by the Bible Project.
One of the core values at Cornerstone Church Detroit is service to the community.
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 sweeps through communities all across America, and Detroit reports one of the highest rates of new cases and deaths in the country, we are working to bless and serve our city's residents in real, tangible ways.
Through Cornerstone Cares we will seek to support the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of people affected by the coronavirus outbreak in Metro Detroit.
Learn more on our Cornerstone Cares page
Last year we asked everyone to be more intentional about evangelism and gospel declaration. As a church, we think that this current pandemic is not a reason to stop intentional outreach, but is a unique opportunity for us to think creatively about how to reach out with the eternal hope of Jesus Christ during a time filled with uncertainty and fear.
We’re relaunching our Mission Three campaign and inviting each of you to join in:
- Who are three people (or families) that you have a unique opportunity to connect with during this time?
- How can you pray and connect with these people?
- Reach out and ask how you can be praying for them.
- Find unique and creative ways to check-in and bless each person God has laid on your heart.
- Share sermons, worship guides and/or devotionals directly or via social media.
- Let’s use the time that God has given us in our homes to pray and plan how we can consistently lift these people up to God.
Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...
If we are going to see the Lord's Kingdom advance in Northwest Detroit, the spiritual dead come to life, disciples made for Christ, and personal spiritual growth in our lives, PRAYER must be PARAMOUNT. As a church family, we have drifted from emphasizing prayer recently. We must reset and make prayer a much bigger priority in our church body. Prayer is non-negotiable if we desire to see The Lord move greatly in our church body and community.
A Community of Prayer
We as a church family gather for prayer every Sunday at 10:30 am prior to Worship Service. I want to encourage you to make this a priority at least once or twice a month. Together let's make prayer a priority.
We also just began using a new resource called Prayer Loft. This is a great way to share prayer requests, pray for others and to be intentional in prayer. Check it out HERE. Please feel free to add prayer request (this can be done anonymously as well).
Sundays Mornings @ 11
Detroit Achievement Academy
On Sunday, June 14th we will resume gathering in person for worship. Services will be held at DAA , outdoors in their parking lot and lawn area.
Going forward we will alternate worshiping in-person online every other Sunday. Please check our calendar to confirm how service is being held that Sunday.
Please view our guide for attending service in person HERE.
You will still be able to join us at home for worship via our video services and livestream.
Please check back regularly for updates.
"Rebuilding broken lives, families, and communities on The Cornerstone, Jesus Christ through declaration and discipleship."
BUILDING BLOCKS (Core Values)
We are a church that shares Christ with the world through gospel declaration; we believe in declaring Christ's good news in every sphere of life as the only means to man's salvation, transformation, and growth.
SHARING OUR LIVES
We are a church that shares our lives through gospel demonstration; we believe people will see The Gospel and heart of God through life engaging evangelism/discipleship, radical hospitality, and intentional diversity.
SERVING OUR COMMUNITY
We are a church that seeks to bless our community with gospel deeds; we believe our community will feel The Love of God through our pursuit of justice, sacrificial service and acts of extreme generosity.
Cornerstone Church - Detroit is a place where people of all ages, all races and stages of life can hear The Gospel of Jesus Christ and grow in His Grace.
We are a diverse family LOVING one another, DISCIPLING each other, and SERVING together.